Creative City Centre presents Regina Word Up at The Hampton Hub!

Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Time: 7:00-9:00 pm (SK time), doors open at 6:30 pm  

Location: The Hampton Hub, 1221 15th Ave, Regina, SK  

Price: Recommended donation of $5 or pay what you can. (Cash)   

*Free if you perform!  

*First come, first served.  

*All ages  

The Hampton Hub is a fully licensed, all-ages, and wheel-chair accessible facility located in the heart of Regina’s Core Neighborhood.  



The pandemic encouraged the Creative City Centre to pivot and transform the Hague Gallery, the beloved home of open mics and poetry slams for close to a decade, into a production studio when safe in-person performances weren’t possible. The CCC now produces exciting digital content and professional development — check it out here!

We are grateful to the Hampton Hub for welcoming us into their space!   


We encourage audience members to engage during the performances – snap, make cheesecake noises (mm’s and yes), laugh, stomp, or otherwise make your appreciation known!  


Feature performer:  

Lucia (Lu-chi-a) De Luca is a spoken word poet based in Tiohtià:ke (Montréal).

As an English teacher and spoken word poet, Lucia De Luca plays with stories in the classroom and at the mic. Her poetry cradles tales of her past self, family, Italian heritage, chronic illness, and love. Lucia is a recipient of the 2022 QWF Spoken Word Prize, a two-time Canadian Individual Poetry Slam finalist, and a member of the 2023 Throw Poetry Collective slam team.  Her work is published to the TEDx, Brickyard Spoken Word, Toronto Poetry Slam, and Bankstown Poetry Slam YouTube channels, as well as in online and print publications.


At the Creative City Centre we always strive for inclusivity and respect in the community both inside and out of our facility, which is why we have compiled the following guidelines to remember both for our events and also in everyday life.
• We encourage respecting the way folks self-identify, without assuming gender, sexuality, orientation, religion, or ability.
• We understand that at times folks may need to leave or engage in other methods of self-care, and that’s okay.
• We encourage language that promotes inclusivity, education, and awareness and dislike all forms of explicit ignorance including, but not limited to, hate speech, racism, homophobia, transphobia, and classism.
• We encourage the culture of consent meaning we respect people’s physical, verbal, and emotional boundaries. This means respecting that some people might not want to be hugged and if you want to engage physically in any way with a person it is important to ask permission before doing so.  


Regina Word Up is a program of the Creative City Centre. We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Department of Canadian Heritage, SK Arts, City of Regina, and the Canada Council for the Arts that make programs like this one possible. We are grateful to The Hampton Hub, who are facility partners for this event.  

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Thursday March 21, 7-9 pm SK time
The Hampton Hub, 1221 15th Avenue, Regina

Drink & Draw is taking us back to the days of Saturday morning cartoons!  Join hosts Geanna Dunbar and Joel Hustak for a fun night of drawing with fellow artists and friends for this edition of Drink & Draw at the Hampton Hub.

There is no charge to attend, but we do ask that you register in advance.  Spots are limited so register soon!  

The Creative City Centre strives to encourage a respectful, safe and welcoming environment, no matter where we present our public art activities.  Please come with an open heart, open mind, and have some fun with us!